• Another repress of a classic UK Punk EP from this Birmingham based band originally released in 1982. Four songs. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • Licensed by Cherry Red Music! Official repress of this classic from 1982. Limited to 500 copies! The band was one of the few multi-racial punk bands of the UK82 wave as there were two black kids in the band. Not only that, but these two boys were also twin brothers. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • Reissue of a monstruous split between two '80s HC faves. This 'Japan Meets England' split between Chaos U.K. and Death Side was released in 1987 by the legendary Selfish label, to celebrate Chaos U.K.'s first Japan tour. Surprisingly enough this is probably the best Chaos U.K. material ever! On the flip you hear the band that created the whole 'Burning Spirit' HC sound, and who, together with Confuse and Kuro, form the (un-)holy trinity of Japanese HC. Fuzzy, noisy, and as fast as humanly possible. (Liberation Records/Unofficial Release)
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    The Destructors were a classic UK82-era group originating from Peterborough, north of London and not exactly a hot-bed of punk activity. Rising out of the ashes of the short-lived first wave punk group The Blanks, who released one single in 1979, The Destructors latched onto the second wave sound and never looked back. Featuring liner notes by none other than the legendary Genesis P-Orridge, who wrote "In vinyl we have the ectoplasm of youth. The final psychic rally. A present testament set in present time. Breath in a dead soul. Hanging by a thread. Convinced and betrayed at zero point lies history." Another killer piece of rare UK '80s punk reissued by the fine folks at Radiation. (Radiation Records)
  • One of all time great albums. ''Searching For The Young Soul Rebels' captures the original eight-piece group infusing passionate self-belief into songs based on 60s mentors Geno Washington and Jimmy James. Rowland's expressive voice is perfectly matched by pumping horns and punchy rhythms, but the intensity of their performance ensures the set never falls into pastiche. Each song bears the stamp of a manifesto, one that was largely Rowland's, a myopic vision that brought this line-up to an acrimonious, premature end. Celebrating it’s 40th anniversary this year, this is the debut album from new-wave band Dexy’s Midnight Runners. The album has a surprising history, with band members stealing the original tapes and only returning them once EMI raised their royalty rates. The album received widespread critical acclaim and is featured in The Guardian and NME’s 100 Best Albums lists. (Parlophone)
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    From start to stop this is pure rage in the truest sense. The Denver Wolfpack has been running strong for a while now and if the likes of ASBESTOS, SNARLING HATE, CITY HUNTER, PITBUL, COMBAT FORCE or VEIL II have caught your ear in recent times, then you need this in the arsenal as well. The sound of boots crushing skulls. No frills, no nonsense hardcore punk. Recorded by James Trejo. Mixed/mastered by Will Killingsworth. Art by Sam. The pack is small but the bite is hard. European edition comes with different artwork by Brett E. USA edition out on Iron Lung Records (Quality Control Records)
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    The entire discography of this shortlived but influential early nineties anarcho punk band from Glasgow, Scotland. This is fast-paced and shredding anarcho punk with little excursions into the crust-punk genre here and there. Dual fe/male vocals and alot of (sadly still) lyrical topics of todays society. DISAFFECT releases most their material via NABATE RECORDS from Belgium as well as FLAT EARTH RECORDS from the UK. Both labels were pioneering the nineties DIY punk wave alot with bands like ONE BY ONE, HIATUS, SEDITION, UNHINGED etc etc. DISAFFECT stopped playing in 1994 and members moved on to other projects such as SCATHA and QUARANTINE. In 2019 the band reformed with a new rhythm section to play occassionally the one or the other festival. The DISAFFECT discography includes the "An Injury To One..." 7" EP from 1992, the split 7" with SEDITION from 1993, the "Home Of The Brave" 7"EP from 1993 (reissued 3 times!) and their 1994 released debut LP "Chained To Morality" as well as the ultra rare split 7" with BIZARRE UPROAR also from 1994. As a bonus you will find the best tracks of the 1991 "Demotape" with the missing tracks available as download. Housed in a beatifully crafted Gatefold-sleeve with additional 16 pages booklet including lyrics and linernotes. THIS PRESSING IS LIMITED TO 550 COPIES (Ruin nation Records) https://ruinnationrecords.bandcamp.com/album/still-chained-discography
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    A re-issue of the skull-splitting debut full length from Britain's hardcore legends. Originally released in 1982, the album is a hurricane of wall-of-sound brutality, delivered with D.I.Y. ethics and an apocalyptic and anti-establishment bravado. All time hc/punk classic. (Radiation Records)
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    A re-issue of the skull-splitting debut full length from Britain's hardcore legends. Originally released in 1982, the album is a hurricane of wall-of-sound brutality, delivered with D.I.Y. ethics and an apocalyptic and anti-establishment bravado. All time hc/punk classic. Tracks 15-23 are bonus single versions not on the original release. Tracklist 1 Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing 2 The Nightmare Continues 3 The Final Blood Bath 4 Protest And Survive 5 I Won't Subscribe 6 Drunk With Power 7 Meanwhile 8 A Hell On Earth 9 Cries Of Help 10 The Possibility Of Life's Destruction 11 Q: And Children? A: And Children 12 The Blood Runs Red 13 Free Speech For The Dumb 14 The End Bonus Tracks 15 Never Again 16 Death Dealers 17 Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles 18 State Violence State Control 19 Dooms Day 20 Warning 21 Where There Is A Will There Is A Way 22 In Defence Of Our Future 23 Anger Burning (Captain Oi/2007)
  • A re-issue of the skull-splitting debut full length from Britain's hardcore legends. Originally released in 1982, . Originally released on the CLAY record label in 1982, this masterpiece gave inspiration to literally hundreds in the extreme metal and hardcore punk areas for the subsequent four decades and its legacy remains invaluable to this day. This album is a hurricane of wall-of-sound brutality, delivered with D.I.Y. ethics and an apocalyptic and anti-establishment bravado All time hc/punk classic. (Radiation Records)
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    DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! CLEAR VINYL Official Discharge reissue of this legendary live release from the band’s golden days, originally released on Clay Records in 1989. A slab of pure rawness that captures these UK Punk icons in an intense, ultra-powerful performance during their legendary 2nd US tour in autumn 1983. These recordings were taped on the sound desk on the night of the concert and although they may lack the technology of full studio recordings they nevertheless capture the live excitement of a Discharge gig. (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
  • The Nightmare Continues' was recorded at Tunstall Town Hall, Stoke-on-Trent in 1983 by legendary hc punk rock band DISCHARGE. Originally issued by Clay Records in 1990, it features Discharge favourites such as 'Never Again', 'Decontrol', 'Why', 'realities Of War', plus many more! (Let Them Eat Vinyl Records)
  • DISCHARGE | why | CD

    16.00 incl. tax
    A No.1 Indie chart topper when originally released in 1981, this was a 10 track mini LP first issued by collectable Clay Records. We’ve added 14 bonus including the Indie Chart hit singles ‘Realities Of War’ (No.5, 44 weeks), ‘Fight Back’ (No.4, 46 weeks) and ‘Decontrol’ (No.2, 44 weeks) to what has already been generally acclaimed as THE UK Hardcore Punk record. The influence this album and Discharge have had on the world-wide Punk movement is impossible to measure – they started a whole genre of “Discore” bands and have been covered by so many Punk and Metal bands (Metallica, Sepultura, Machine Head, Soulfly and Anthrax to name a few) – Punk Rock does not get rawer then this! Tracklist 1 Visions Of War 1:39 2 Does This System Work 1:16 3 A Look At Tomorrow 1:55 4 Why 1:10 5 Maimed And Slaughtered 1:06 6 Mania For Conquest 1:15 7 Ain't No Feeble Bastard 1:29 8 Is This To Be 1:31 9 Massacre Of Innocents (Air Attack) 1:23 10 Why (Reprise) 1:49 Bonus EP Tracks 11 Realities Of War 1:09 12 They Declare It 1:12 13 But After The Gig 1:15 14 Society's Victim 1:14 15 Fight Back 1:17 16 War's No Fairytale 1:17 17 Always Restrictions 1:18 18 You Take Part In Creating This System 1:16 19 Religion Instigates 1:38 20 Decontrol 2:35 21 It's No T.V. Sketch 1:33 22 Tomorrow Belongs To Us 1:33 23 Maimed And Slaughtered (Live - Apocalypse Punk Tour 1981) 1:21 24 Decontrol (Live - Apocalypse Punk Tour 1981) (Captain Oi/2007)
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    DISCHARGE | why | LP

    16.00 incl. tax

    Released in 1981 and packed with amazing anthems like "ain't no feeble bastard" DISCHARGE struck the middle ground between the dark, angry worldview and raw emotion of underground punk and the rowdy rock'n'roll of the better metal bands - when told DISCHARGE sounded like MÖTÖRHEAD, they replied, "they sound like us".
    (Radiation Records)

  • 20 Track 2LP compilation remastered and pressed on Colour Vinyl. Presented in gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves and poster. It was 1977, there may well have been “knives in West 11”, but at a student’s hall of residence in Leicester, a packed room of cross legged intellectuals were about to witness the debut of The Disco Zombies; Andy Ross on vocals and guitar, Geoff Dodimead on bass, Johnny ‘Guitar’ Hawkins on guitar and Andy Fullerton on drums. They were loud, fast and they had some witty one-liners. The four-piece became five with the addition of Dave Henderson from The Blazers, a chirpy power pop punk quintet, who were part of a burgeoning scene in the city that included The Foamettes, Dead Fly Syndrome, Wendy Tunes, The RTRs, Robin Banks And The Payrolls and many more. Wine bars, canteens and bowling alleys in pubs were the home of this phenomenon until Subway Sect and The Lou’s arrived for The Great Unknown Tour. They needed a local band for support and the Disco Zombies obliged. Record Shop owner - and now Mayor Of Mablethorpe - Carl Tebbutt was keen to ride the punk rollercoaster and decided to launch Uptwon Records with a Disco Zombies EP. Recorded in Chester in one four hour session, it included The Blazers’ ‘Top Of The Pops’ and Andy’s ‘Time Will Tell’, ‘Punk A Go Go’ and ‘Disco Zombies’. Carl had done a deal with a one-stop music production company who went bust almost immediately and the record was shelved. Unperturbed the band pressed on and recorded a session at the local radio station, ‘TV Screen Existence’ being the only track that survived. A tour of Leicester – five pubs in five days – was the end of that era and the band without Johnny ‘Guitar’ who had another year to do at Uni, relocated to London taking with them The Foamettes’ guitarist Steve Gerrard who wisely returned to Leicester and become part of The Bomb Party. Steve was replaced by Mark Sutherland in what was to become the recognised line up of The Disco Zombies for several years, playing lots of London gigs from The Hope And Anchor to The Moonlight Club, North London Poly to the Scala. By 1978, there was an eruption of small DIY indie labels and Andy Ross launched South Circular Records to release the band’s debut single, ‘Drums Over London’ - an ironic stab at people’s hostility to the arrival of other cultures, a piss-take of Spear And Jackson-wielding Tory attitudes. John Peel played it regularly until Rock Against Racism complained even though Peel explained that it was actually supporting their views. Ho hum. South Circular wasn’t to last but Dave Henderson launched Dining Out. Dave and Andy journeyed to Ipswich to record the debut EP from the Peel-approved Adicts, the plan being to follow it with a Disco Zombies’ single and regain momentum. ‘Here Comes The Buts’ was the second Dining Out release, featuring the breakthrough Dr Boss drum machine; it was greeted with great enthusiasm in some quarters, although strangely it was likened to The Cramps meets Neil Young in NME. Dining Out was always just one step ahead of going out of business and even though the follow up had been recorded - ‘The Year Of The Sex Olympics’, backed with ‘Target Practice’ and ‘New Scars’ – it never saw the light of day as the money finally ran out. Somehow, Dining Out had a second lease of life and Andy wanted to record a new track for a new release amid 45s from The Sinatras, New Age and Spit Like Paint. By now, the Zombies had been through their dark post punk phase and ‘Where Have You Been Lately Tony Hateley’ was a clever upbeat anthem which told the tale of the nomadic footballer. The test pressing gained many Peel minutes but by the time it was ready to release, the band had finally split up. It eventually saw the light of day on the Cordelia label’s ‘Obscure Independent Classics’ album. Very fitting. So, it was 1980: Mark Sutherland opened a studio in Bow, Dod got a day job, Andy Fullerton already had one. Andy and Dave went a bit experimental in Club Tango; Andy eventually discovering Blur for Food which he started with The Teardrop Explodes’ David Balfe, while Dave flirted with Worldbackwards. In 2011, the drum machine line up descended on Mark’s studio, rehearsing for a show at the Bull And Gate. They recorded two of their lengthier tracks – ‘Night Of The Big Heat’ and ‘LHO’ powered by a waning Dr Rhythm – these were pressed as an extremely limited edition ten-inch. A few years later Andy Fullerton returned to the fold recording three more originals ‘Hit’, ‘Lenin’s Tomb’ and ‘Paint It Red’ for an even more limited edition ten-inch in 2018 and a show in October that year at The Dublin Castle. Since then, meandering lunchtime discussions in restaurants that were popular in the ‘70s (Joe Allen, Café De Pacifico, etc) have led to arguments about the lost tracks – ‘Man From UNCLE’, ‘I Need You Like I Need VD’, ‘Throwaway Line’, ‘I Thought You Were Only Joking’, ‘London Nights’, ‘Cosmetics For China’, ‘When Doo Wop Hit Hampstead’. It’s only a matter of time. Until then..... Tracklist: Tracks A1 to A4 were recorded in April 1978 in Chester, UK. Released 1979 as The Invisible E.P. on Uptown Records. Track A5 was recorded in Leicester sometime in 1978 and is an unreleased demo track. Tracks B1 + B2 were recorded in SGS Studios, London in February 1979. Released 1979 as "Drums Over London" 7'' on South Circular Tracks B3 and B4 were recorded at Alvic Studios, Wimbledon, London in February 1980. Released 1980 as "Here Come The Buts + Mary Millington" 7'' on Dining Out. Tracks B5 to C4 were recorded at Alvic Studios, Wimbledon, London in 1980 and remained unreleased till now. SIDE ONE A1 Top Of The Pops A2 Time Will Tell A3 Punk A Go Go A4 Disco Zombies A5 TV Screen Existence SIDE TWO B1 Drums Over London B2 Heartbeats Love B3 Here Come The Buts B4 Mary Millington B5 Where Have You Been Lately, B6 Tony Hateley? SIDE THREE C1 The Year Of The Sex Olympics C2 Target Practice C3 New Scars C4 Greenland C5 Paint It Red SIDE FOUR C1 Night Of The Big Heat C2 LHO C3 Paint It Red #2 C4 Lenin’s Tomb C5 Hit. (Optic Nerve Recordings)
  • Formed in Bristol in 1980, Disorder is one of the few 'big' names of uK hardcore still going strong today. Originally released in 1985 on teh 'Disorder' label, "The Singles Collection" compiles their first and fieriest recordings in one place; comprised of 3 7” EPs (the legendary "Complete Disorder", "Distortion To Deafness" and the "Mental Disorder" EP), along with their 8 track 12” EP "Perdition" - recordings which John Peel allegedly referred to as sounding like “shit” (possibly a compliment) - this LP of long out of print recordings would be a welcome addition to any punk collector’s shelves. Another essential piece of the UK punk puzzle reissued by Radiation.
    (Radiation Records)

  • Color Vinyl
    Formed in Bristol in 1980, Disorder is one of the few ‘big’ names of uK hardcore still going strong today. Originally released in 1985 on teh ‘Disorder’ label, “The Singles Collection” compiles their first and fieriest recordings in one place; comprised of 3 7” EPs (the legendary “Complete Disorder”, “Distortion To Deafness” and the “Mental Disorder” EP), along with their 8 track 12” EP “Perdition” – recordings which John Peel allegedly referred to as sounding like “shit” (possibly a compliment) – this double LP of long out of print recordings would be a welcome addition to any punk collector’s shelves. Released for Record Store Day 2015 and limited to 500 copies. Gatefold cover. Tracklist Complete Disorder EP (1981) 1 Today's World 2 Violent Crime 3 Complete Disorder 4 Insane Youth Distortion To Deafness EP (1981) 5 You've Got To Be Someone 6 Daily Life 7 More Than Fights Perdition EP (1982) 8 Stagnation 9 Life 10 Out Of Order 11 Condemned 12 Media 13 Suicide Children 14 Preachers 15 Remembrance Day Mental Disorder EP (1983) 16 The Rampton Song 17 Provocated War 18 3 Blind Mice 19 Bullshit Everyone 20 Maternal Obsession 21 Buy I Gurt Pint (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
  • DOOM / CRESS | split | LP

    19.00 incl. tax
    Available for the first time since 1994. Some of the best material from both bands extensive catalogue. This time on a 12' format. DOOM was a band which were pivotal in the rise of crust punk and originated from Birmingham. Doom continued with different guitarist, most notably with Dave Talbot who co-founded UK doom metal band SOLSTICE with SORE THROAT’s vocalist Rich Walker, but did not settle with four members for long playing numerous gigs as a three piece,as Pickering turned to vocal and guitar duties. This line up continued until a final split in August 1990. Following the group’s demise Pickering formed Police Bastard, whilst drummer Stick joined ENT then DIRT. This records still sound heavy, fuzzy, dirty and mean as hell!! (Sonarize Records)
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    Featuring the earliest and most raw recordings of the UK crust pioneers. Blending countless influences to create a furious new sound, these are the recordings started it all. Remastered for this release by the band, hear these songs as they were meant to be heard. Housed in a deluxe Tip-On style jacket with a double sided 12" x 24" poster insert. (Sonarize Records)
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    OUT IN MID SEPTEMBER. We're extremely excited to announce the release of this new masterpiece co-released together with Sonarize Records from Portland. The box will contain:
    • Demo 1987 Flexi (never released before)
    • Police Bastard 7" (including all the different covers)
    • The Greatest Invention Demo 7" (different recordings of their controversial third record, never released before)
    • Split with Hiatus and Extinction Of Mankind 7" (both the Doom's sides collected on a single EP)
    • Hail To Sweden 7"
    • Monarchy Zoo 7"
    All the tracks have been remastered for a more powerful sound. The box set will include an embroidered patch, a birthday card, a poster and a 16 pages booklet with tons of unheard stories, funny anecdotes, pictures, flyers and brand new drawings made by Sir Stick itself. It'll be released in 500 copies, 400 on regular black vinyls, 100 in colored vinyls. (Agipunk Records/Sonarize Records)
  • DOOM | re-viled | 2xLP

    31.00 incl. tax
    This record originally released under the title “Fuck Peaceville" is the re-recording of their infamous “Total doom" lp, done after Peaceville decided to veer away from it's DIY roots. The recording is the culmination of members desire to get a better sound on some of the earlier recordings. Fully repackaged in all it's gatefold glory. DOOM was a band which were pivotal in the rise of crust punk and originated from Birmingham. Doom continued with different guitarist, most notably with Dave Talbot who co-founded UK doom metal band SOLSTICE with SORE THROAT’s vocalist Rich Walker, but did not settle with four members for long playing numerous gigs as a three piece,as Pickering turned to vocal and guitar duties. This line up continued until a final split in August 1990. Following the group’s demise Pickering formed Police Bastard, whilst drummer Stick joined ENT then DIRT. This records still sound heavy, fuzzy, dirty and mean as hell!! (Sonarize Records)
  • Back in print for the first time in over 10 years, the twin guitar masterpiece Rush Hour Of The Gods showcases some of the bands best material. Housed in a deluxe Tip-On sleeve and including a 24" x 36" poster featuring art by Denis and a 12" x 24" double sided insert. Originally released in 1996 on Flat Earth Records. (Sonarize Records)
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    Back in print for the first time since 1997 and fully remastered by Bri “Turbo” Talbot, these two Maida Vale sessions showcase the band at the peak of their early prowess. Tip-on sleeve plus A1 size poster. Side A: Recorded: 19 June 1988 Side B: Recorded: 7th March 1989 Tracklist A1 Symptom Of The Universe/Multinationals A2 Exploitation A3 Circles A4 No Religion A5 Relief A6 Sold Out 'Scene'/War Crimes B1 Means To An End/A Dream Come True B2 Natural Abuse/Days Go By B3 Life Lock/Bury The Debt (Not The Dead) B4 Life In Freedom, Governed By Equality/Money Drug/Fear Of The Future (Sonarize Records)
  • DOOM | world of shit | LP

    19.00 incl. tax
    Doom never have been big on subtlety, and here there is no change in direction. They continue with the tried and true d-beat crust they pioneered in the 80's. This record was recorded in 2001. DOOM was a band which were pivotal in the rise of crust punk and originated from Birmingham. Doom continued with different guitarist, most notably with Dave Talbot who co-founded UK doom metal band SOLSTICE with SORE THROAT’s vocalist Rich Walker, but did not settle with four members for long playing numerous gigs as a three piece,as Pickering turned to vocal and guitar duties. This line up continued until a final split in August 1990. Following the group’s demise Pickering formed Police Bastard, whilst drummer Stick joined ENT then DIRT. This records still sound heavy, fuzzy, dirty and mean as hell!! (Sonarize Records)
  • Crocodiles was originally released in July 1980 and reached 17 in the UK Charts. The band rose to the fore as part of the vibrant post punk Liverpool scene with the likes of Teardrop Explodes. Their debut gig at the now legendary 'Erics' home of the Cavern Club on Matthew St Liverpool, the cradle of British rock and roll, delivered them onto the scene. Recorded at Eden Studios in London and Rockfield Studios in Monmouth Wales, Crocodiles was produced by Bill Drummond and David Balfe, it is heralded as one of the 'Classic Debut Albums Of All Time'. Ian Broudie had already produced the single 'Rescue' and the albums cover and music both reflect the imagery of darkness and sorrowfulness contained within. This was much lauded at the time with NME describing McCulloughs lyrics as being 'scattered with themes of sorrow, horror,and despair, themes that are reinforced by stormy animal/sexual imagery". Echo And The Bunnymen were formed in 1979 and originally consisted of Ian McCullough, Will Sergeant and Les Pattinson and a drum machine 'Echo'. Their debut single 'Pictures On My Wall was released in July 1979 on the independent Liverpool Zoo Records, The band subsequently signed to WEA subsidiary label Korova. The band toured Britain prior to recording the album in a single 3 week stint at Rockfield with bassist Les Pattinson commenting how he was amazed at the tedium of the recording process. "There was a lot of hanging about. I didn't get all the 'drop-ins' and 'edits' bit. But that naivete was transferred to tape. which is good". Crocodiles was and is a classic debut, one captured in time by Drummond and Balfe : alias The Chameleons. Remastered, 180gram. (Korova Records/Rhino/2021)

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